Tips to Prevent Credit and Debit Card Fraud

The bad guys are after your credit cards, and you can’t be too careful in protecting them.  Credit card fraud costs billions of dollars each year in the United States, and everyone winds up paying through increased finance charges and annual fees. In Ohio, credit card fraud is defined as the unauthorized use of another person’s credit or debit cards or their information.  This includes making online purchases, making or possessing fake card readers, and making purchases with stolen devices. Credit card fraud is common, but there are ways to… CONTINUE READING

Tax Day is April 18th This Year

If you are a last-minute tax-filer, you get a break this year -- three extra days to file your taxes.  The deadline is April 18, 2017, because April 15, the day taxes are usually due, falls on a Saturday, and also because on Monday, the District of Columbia celebrates Emancipation Day. As a result, the tax deadline has been extended to the following Tuesday, April 18, and you get the extra time to file. Even if you wait to the deadline to actually file your returns, you should already be… CONTINUE READING

Does bankruptcy disqualify you for a job? If you’re overwhelmed by debt and are considering the proactive step of filing for bankruptcy so you can get a fresh start, you may have several questions. One…

In the midst of all the chaos and uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, some consumers are looking for ways to tighten their belts and prioritize finances.  For other consumers who were already behind on their…

If you’ve fallen behind financially and are having trouble paying your bills, you may be wondering what is the statute of limitations for collecting a debt in Ohio?  Unfortunately, it is six years for most…

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